Nobody’ s Perfect, But Albumen Comes Close
Albumen, commonly known as egg whites, is one of nature’ s highest quality protein sources. It’ s also packed with niacin (Vitamin B3), riboflavin (Vitamin B2), selenium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, and potassium, and a complete amino acid profile. Containing no cholesterol, saturated fat, or carbohydrates, and at just 17 calories per white, egg whites hold a distinguished place in any healthy diet. But is it good for your skin?
I’ ve Got Egg On My Face, And It’ s A Good Thing
Here are four ways albumen works in our Egg White Pore line:
- Regulates excessive sebum
- Eliminates pore-clogging impurities
- Tightens pores and minimizes their appearance
- Eradicates skin bacteria
In the same way albumen protects and nourishes a baby chick in the shell, it can have the same energizing effects for your skin. The high level of protein in albumen, along with its natural low-moisture state, make it a very effective moisturizing and tightening agent. Albumen is also a natural anti-inflammatory. All of these virtues make egg white egg-cellent for exfoliating, refining pores, and controlling excess oil, as well as having an anti-aging effect!
Eggs - Good Inside and Out
Healthy skin starts with healthy food. Give your skin an extreme health boost with SKINFOOD’ s Egg White Pore line. It’ s good for:
- People with super oily skin who want to address excessive sebum production and pore-clogging impurities.
- People who want an effective cleanser to fight the ever-rising level of microdust in the air.
- People with visible, enlarged pores.